|Ep 5 - Freaks|
In this episode we discuss Tod Browning's Freaks (1932).
Keywords: Freaks; Tod Browning; MGM
|WEST OF ZANZIBAR ( 1928) Lon Chaney, Dir. By Tod Browning - William Thomas Sherman, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.mn-hp.com|
WEST OF ZANZIBAR (1928)Starring: Lon Chaney, Mary Nolan, Lionel BarrymoreDirected by Tod BrowningWilliam Thomas Sherman, email@example.com, http://www.mn-hp.com
Keywords: Lon Chaney Sr; Tod Browning
|The Mystery Of The Leaping Fish|
From IMDB: Coke Ennyday, the scientific detective, divides his own time in periods for "Sleep", "Eat", "Dope" and "Drink". In fact he's used to overcome every situation with drugs: consuming it to increase his energies or injecting it in his opponents to KO them. To help the police he discovers a contraband of opium (which he eagerly tastes) transported with "Leaping Fishes", and the blackmail of a mysterious man who wants to marry the "fish blower" girl...
Keywords: Douglas Fairbanks; D.W. Griffith; Tod Browning
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|Excerpts from the photoplay Dracula - Carl Laemmle, Jr.|
Excerpts from the photoplay Dracula (1931)
Keywords: Dracula; Tod Browning; Bela Lugosi; Castle Films
|Outside The Law - Tod Browning|
Outside the Law is a 1920 crime film directed by Tod Browning. Browning remade the film in 1930. Black Mike (Lon Chaney) is a despicable gangster who lures Molly (Priscilla Dean), the daughter of a San Francisco underworld leader, back to a life of crime. Mike frames Molly's father for murder and then plots to double-cross her as well. But Molly's hard heart is slowly melted by her gangster lover. The film ends with in a climactic shootout...
Keywords: Tod Browning; Lon Chaney; Priscilla Dean
|Tod Robbins "Espuelas" ("Spurs") - Tod Robbins|
Relato de Clarence Aaron "Tod Robbins" (1923)
Keywords: Tod Robbins; Espuelas; Spurs; Tod Browning; Freaks; fantasia; horror
|God Rock Radio #69-Lon Chaney Sr. - Man of a Thousand Souls - Jack "The Agnostic" Garcia|
Jack "The Agnostic" Garcia, an expert on Silent cinema presents the definitive program on the life and work of the great Lon Chaney. Chaney was born to deaf-mute parents and grew up in a world of silence, developing the art of pantomime to an unrivaled majesty.In film after film, Chaney with the help of his Pandora's Box-like makeup kit, portrayed a series of tortured Christ-like characters who endured their suffering on the silent silver screen with an almost divine grace...
Keywords: God Rock Radio; Jack The Agnostic Garcia; Lon Chaney Sr; Tod Browning; Silent Cinema; Horror
|The Unknown Soundtrack [hak221] - The Unknown Orkestra|
H.A.K. Lo-Fi Record n.221 THE UNKNOWN SOUNDTRACK Ciné-concert sur le film "The Unknown" (1927) de Tod Browning. Enregistré en multipiste à la Ferme là (France) par Ayato en 2010. The Unknown Orkestra: Mourcel Tatalle: accordion Ayato: guitars Julio Lloco: saxophones Mat U Stone: turntable Papy Brochard: harmonia SN1984: diabolikdelbordrummachine Cheik Julian: falafel machine Mat Gabo: sanza Julie B: sanza/piano toy Nico: keyboards Emma Gnuck: prepared tapes DJ CrazyJ: turntable Cliff Barns...
Keywords: The Unknown; Tod Browning; Ciné-concert; soundtrack; The Unknown Orkestra; cinéma; H.A.K. Lo-Fi Record
|The Mystery of the Leaping Fish|
Before gaining fame as an action hero, Douglas Fairbanks appeared in this oddity of a film from 1916, supposedly co-written by the star himself, D.W. Griffith and Tod Browning, although only the latter received billing. The nimble heartthrob stars as Coke Ennyday, "the world's greatest scientific detective". The sleuth employs copious amounts of cocaine, an array of quirky gadgets and his not always quick wit to solve the titular mystery of this bizarre thinly veiled parody of the "Sherlock Holm...
Keywords: The Mystery of the Leaping Fish; Douglas Fairbanks; Silent; Short; Coke Ennyday; Detective; Comedy; Tod Browning; D.W. Griffith
|MOV075: “Holy Jumping Christmas!” - COL Media|
The boys have a virtual horror-fest, as they begin in the past with 1932’s classic “Freaks”. Does Todd Browning’s masterpiece still hold up to horror of today’s standards? They then head to the theater to check out the prequel by the same name “The Thing”. Does it compare to John Carpenter’s 1982 version or should they have just left it frozen in the ice? Finally, they review the trailer for the 4th movie in the Underworld Series: Underworld Awakening...
Keywords: Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje; Björn Stein; Freaks; India Eisley; Joel Edgerton; Kate Beckinsale; Leila Hyams; Måns Mårlind; Mary Elizabeth Winstead; Matthijs van Heijningen Jr; Michael Ealy; Olga Baclanova; The Thing; Tod Browning; Underworld Awakening; Wallace Ford